HVAC & Water Heater Tax Credits
Planning to install a new heating or cooling system or water heater this year—or already had one installed? You may be eligible for a tax credit!
Many federal tax credits for home energy efficiency have been renewed. These tax credits are available for purchases made in 2016 and are also retroactive to purchases made in 2015.
Tax Credit Details
If you install a new HVAC system or water heater by December 31, 2016, you may be eligible for a tax credit—10% of the cost up to $500 or a specific amount from $50 – $300. It must be a retrofit/replacement project—new construction jobs do not apply.
The HVAC systems for this federal tax credit include:
- Air-source heat pumps ($300)
- Central air conditioners ($300)
- Gas, propane, or oil boilers ($150)
- Gas, propane, or oil furnaces ($150 for furnace, $50 for advanced main air circulating fan)
This $300 tax credit only applies to non-solar water heaters for electric heat pumps. It can be a gas, oil, or propane system.
Read more about these federal tax credits on the ENERGY STAR® website »
Planning on installing a new HVAC system or water heater? Not only can you apply for a tax credit, but keep in mind that ENERGY STAR® qualified products can help you reduce your energy usage and save money all year round!
Contact Arctic Air Conditioning Today
Want to learn more about the 2016 tax credit? Are you ready to replace your HVAC unit or water heater? Contact Arctic Air Conditioning today. We offer a variety of HVAC and water heater services and look forward to helping you save money and live comfortably—this summer and all year long!